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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 15, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Teen driver pleads guilty
 •  93rd HFD recruit class graduates Friday
 •  Big Island sex assault suspect at large
 •  Repeat DUI offender suspect in hit-and-run
 •  Computers stolen in Kapaa school burglary
 •  2 women robbed at gunpoint in Kalihi
 •  City says rail banned from November ballot
 •  H-1 in Kunia clear again after truck accident
 •  $3.3 million grant for UH undersea research
 •  Maui youth program had cast of thousands
 •  Hawaii ranks low in number of school nurses
 •  Maili pedestrian 14th fatality in 61 days
 •  Leaning utility pole closes Kailua roadway
 •  Mayor Mufi Hannemann files for re-election
 •  Stop Rail Now accuses Go Rail Go of promoting special interest
 •  Drug offender to get life behind bars
 •  Hawaii Music Awards going digital
 •  KIUC closing early on Tuesday
 •  Last chance to view photos of recovered pawned items
 •  Liliha Library to host 'Lahaina Noon,' 'StarLab' astro events
 •  Lingle releases nearly $300K for ship passenger screening
 •  Car crash reported on Ala Moana Boulevard
 •  Pole fire reported in Kuliouou area
 •  go! to charge $10 for 1st checked bag
 •  Things to do tonight
 •  Travel guide ranks Honolulu Zoo near the top
 •  Maui algae biodiesel facility planned
 •  Two seek return of deposits on Maui luxury condos
 •  Central Pacific Bank collecting money for Olympians
 •  Hana Highway to get $3.56 million in improvements
 •  Congress overrides veto of bill to stop Medicare cuts
 •  Whale carcass operation still being mounted
 •  High temperature in Hilo ties mid-July record
 •  Man in critical condition after Aiea car fire
 •  Surf: Occasional 5-footers on south shores today
 •  Weather: Light trades may lead to isolated showers
 •  Power back on in Kailua
 •  Money released to bolster ship passenger security
 •  Maui drought continues despite weekend rain
 •  Mauiís Nakasone seeking re-election to Legislature
 •  Permits pulled to clear out Makena beaches
 •  Plan for 7 meteorological towers on Lanai released
 •  Residents want Hana house on Maui used for dialysis
 •  AL wins All-Star game, 4-3, in 15 innings
 •  John Hao named Saint Louis football coach
 •  Ex-Kaimuki golfer Chan Kim only Hawaii entry to advance
 •  Ex-Kaiser, UH star Clay Stanley named to U.S. Olympic team
 •  Preps: Lahainaluna AD Balangitao is new MIL executive director
 •  Bo Derek appointed to Calif. horse racing board
 •  Anheuser-Busch will help UH athletic facilities improvements
 •  World Series of Poker final nine player capsules
 •  World Series of Poker gets its final table
 •  Kauai golf courses offer free play to girls
 •  MMA: Former UFC champion Rampage Jackson arrested
 •  CFB: KU's Mangino gets 2 more years, raise $2.3M a year
 •  Baseball: Steinbrenner gets ovation before All-Star game
 •  Baseball: All-Star Lincecum released from hospital
 •  NBA: LA Clippers acquire Camby from Denver
 •  Track: Coach Trevor Graham gets lifetime ban
 •  NFL: Pro Bowl safety Hamlin, Cowboys agree on long-term deal
 •  Baseball: Yankee Stadium the biggest All-Star of all
 •  NFL: Giants sign rookie WR Manningham
 •  NFL: Suggs, Ravens donít agree to contract extension
 •  Soccer: Red Bullsí Reyna to retire Wednesday
 •  NFL: Asomugha, Raiders do not reach long-term deal
 •  NFL: Cardinals sign WR Doucet to 3-year deal
 •  NFL: Bengals sign fifth round pick
 •  NFL: Bears sign running back Kevin Jones
 •  Olympics: Radioactive material at London 2012 site
 •  NFL: No deal between Titans, All Pro DT Haynesworth
 •  NFL: Manning joins other Colts stars on injury list
 •  Olympics: Chandler to train with Team USA hoop team
 •  CBKB: Sooners women's player charged with stealing makeup
 •  Golf: Defending British Open champ has sore wrist
 •  A-Rodís wife seeks evidence of spying
 •  Olympic canoeing champion Kolonics dies at 36
 •  Sumo: Kotooshu has second loss, hurting chances at promotion
 •  Olympics: China says sailing site is algae-free
 •  Baseball: Angel closer to seek free agency
 •  Baseball: Giants glad other teams did not select Lincecum
 •  NFL: Saints sign rookie Pressley
 •  NBA: Warriors sign first-round pick Randolph
 •  NBA: Magic sign point guard Anthony Johnson
 •  NBA: Lakersí Walton to undergo right ankle surgery
 •  British Open: With Tiger down, Anthony Kim's on the prowl
 •  Olympics: Security checks cause long lines for drivers entering Beijing
 •  NBA: Bayless scores 28, another Blazer youngster 19 in win
 •  NBA: Brook Lopez stands out for Nets
 •  NBA: Love scores 18 in Timberwolves debut
 •  NBA: Grizzliesí Mayo hits 69-footer in summer league
 •  On the air Tuesday: Baseball All-Star Game, WNBA
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, cycling, golf
 •  New California fee will hurt Hawaii, business leader says
 •  Natural resources meeting set for Maui
 •  S&P affirms ratings on A&B, Matson
 •  Stocks end mostly lower even as oil prices retreat
 •  UH lab wins $26.2 million contract
 •  HVCB wins meetings industry award
 •  Stocks point lower amid fears about financials
 •  Kumukahi brings music of royals to Atherton
 •  Trias tweaks SOS play dates due to throat problems
 •  Public input on KakaÁako development important

Local News
 •  Popularity of mass transit questioned
 •  No concerns over rail on ballot Video
 •  Isle consumption down almost 15%
 •  Fall was fatal to millionaire
 •  Alcohol levels high in 2 slain men
 •  Brennan inks $1.8M deal with Redskins
 •  'Waikiki Nei' premiere pushed back to July 22 Video
 •  Cirque du Soleil tickets are on sale
 •  Whale carcass to be removed by week's end
 •  McCain expands on NAFTA's benefits
 •  Obama urges blacks to take active role
 •  Magazine cover draws the ire of Obama camp
 •  State fiscal '07 revenues $100M short
 •  Hard work, summer in lo'i
 •  RIMPAC comes ashore on Kauai
 •  Waikoloa man charged with attempted murder
 •  Free help to apply for tax stimulus will be available
 •  Kelsey Kawano named as district court judge
 •  Rotary Club collecting school supplies for keiki
 •  Church preschool gets $125,000 grant from state
 •  Library hosting Summer Fun activities in July
 •  Hawaiian martial art will be topic of library event
 •  Community calendar
 •  Pedestrian killed in crosswalk ID'd
 •  Obituaries
 •  Political ambitions and transit

 •  Heartwarming trip to D.C.
 •  Wideout says he'll play for Warriors
 •  Tuioti earns job with UH football
 •  Javelin thrower Greer added to U.S. squad
 •  Sheets, Lee get All-Star starts Photo gallery
 •  Hamilton wows, but falls short Photo gallery
 •  Pope made big splash for Lahainaluna swim program
 •  Three Hawaii teams strike gold at national soccer meet
 •  Mavs still courting 'Iolani alum Low
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Odds are, this will be motivating

Island Life
 •  Thrifty is nifty
 •  Former pop star turns to pageants
 •  Thank heaven for little girls
 •  World of gaming becoming a more fashionable place
 •  New frontiers of science
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Hard work, summer in lo'i
 •  Thank heaven for little girls
 •  Ables Sayre a delight as Bloody Mary

 •  Isles top all but 5 states in mortgage fraud cases
 •  Fannie-Freddie rescue plan might send wrong message
 •  New Fed rules work to control abusive lending practices
 •  Veterans urged to file for stimulus checks
 •  Walgreens plans growth here even as it cuts back elsewhere
 •  A passion to help women, West Oahu succeed Audio
 •  Fund asks for $88.9M paid before collapse
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  GM slated to cut back on truck production, slash jobs
 •  Hotel, union agree on contract
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Time to get tougher on alcohol scofflaws
 •  Public policy should guide beach weddings
 •  Jihadists are lethal, but not a global threat
 •  Improve roads before development starts
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday